01.20.2020-2 Bubble Geometry

More bubbles containing shapes and even more bubbles.  Tiny bubbles.

Tiny bubbles
In the ice
Make me happy
Make me feel nice
Tiny bubbles
Make me warm all over
With a feeling that I’m gonna
Frozen bubbles till the end of time
So here’s to the golden morning
And here’s to the silver pond…
And here’s to frozen bubbles
that make me happy
Don Ho and Me.  🙂

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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24 Responses to 01.20.2020-2 Bubble Geometry

  1. shoreacres says:

    Of course that song came to mind; I like your version. The other thought I had when I saw the image was, “I hope Steve’s careful out there, or his foot and ankle might be equally shattered.”

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  2. Speaking of Ho (Ho Ho), my immediate impression was that this could have been hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.

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  3. Lemony says:

    I love this kind of formation. We can see how the bubbles slide into one another, their motion captured as they freeze. Again, nice palette here.

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  4. Nice image Steve! Reminds me of a foot or ice sock.

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  5. Jackson says:

    These are amazing, Steve!

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  6. Eliza Waters says:

    Hehe, love your ‘song’ Steve. 🙂 Bubbles trapped in ice are endlessly fascinating, as no two are alike. The fractured patterns add another layer.

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  7. Hannah Keene says:

    Stunning capture, Stephen!

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  8. bluebrightly says:

    It really is amazing, the way this ice forms. Unreal. I’m glad you’re able to make these beatufil images of it, so we can see it too, but I’d sure like to see it in person.

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    • bluebrightly says:

      Where’d spellcheck go? Just when you get used to it….you’re not proofing carefully anymore, and that’s when it takes a vacation. That’s just beatufil! 😉

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    • Beatufil works for me…kind of like that British rock group. 🙂 Spellcheck isn’t all that great. It does catch misspelled words but often doesn’t even suggest the word you really wanted to type.

      Until I started photographing ice a few years ago, I had no idea what sorts of forms took shape and the variety, limitless actually, that could be created. I’ve mentioned a few times that they are like snowflakes, always just a bit different from any others as you might expect from chaos. 🙂

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      • bluebrightly says:

        The spellcheck I’ve been using has been wrong a bunch of times, but it’s been right, too, and it has taught me a few things about usage, so I’m OK with it. Your comparison to snowflakes is a good one. I have little experience with ice, but I do remember photographing some fantastic formations on a frozen wetland in New Jersey when I was just 19 or so. The photos are long gone but living on, rather faded, in my memory. 🙂

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  9. krikitarts says:

    Ice bubbles are definitely very high on the short list of things I miss about not being where there is real winter at this time of year. Great find and wonderful shot, Steve!

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